The Magic Show exhibition has seen the artists experiment with styles and techniques and have stitched, paper cut, painted, printed and conjured up an array of unusual artwork ranging from large scale installations to intricately detailed hand sewn characters and small screen printed artists’ books.
As part of the exhibition there was an Illustrator’s Afternoon Tea in April at the gallery, hosted by Karoline Rerrie, Sarah Ray and Ruth Green aimed at those who wish to gain illustrative commissions.
This was an opportunity for emerging and established illustrators to take part in a seminar by Karoline Rerrie, to network, show their work and get advice all over a spot of afternoon tea.
The Magic Show by Girls Who Draw is at the Solihull Gallery until Saturday, June 11.
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